What does your
company want to accomplish with this site?
data accessible to remote offices, customers and
need to share real-time information internally,
with partners and customers that are geographically
We develop applications that provide
a choice in user interfaces to retrieve
and manipulate that information over the Internet.
1) Web Interface
2) Internet Interface
(a wired or wireless solution for private information
The difference in these two options
The Web interface is universally available, but
clumsy, and slow. It is useful for applications
that need to be available to the general public.
Some examples would include store fronts, classified
adds, and reseller location lookup. The universal
availability of the Web interface also makes it
an easy and readily available means of sharing
your firm wishes to share information only with
a select group, such as employees, or partner
firms then a web site interface is a slow, and
less secure means of sharing proprietary information.
Site to Site provides a better solution for business
Interface is a more secure means of
sharing private information among partners or
corporate offices utilizing the Internet. It provides
the faster response times and functionality required
by internal business systems. Companies need transactional
data entry speeds from their business applications.
Site to Site's Internet
Interface applications operate in-house or
over the Internet without any loss of the speed
or functionality that you have come to expect
from popular desktop applications like Microsoft's
Outlook or Intuit's Quicken.
Reduce the cost
and time in exchanging information and providing
More than ever,
companies are turning to the Internet to provide
front-line support for their customers to reduce
costly long-wait telephone support. The Web provides
mechanisms to search for frequently asked questions,
have user forums and provide a means to distribute
large files and software updates.
The cost saving potential for providing
product literature or documentation online can
be substantial. Not only do you save printing
and postage costs, but the Internet provides an
immediate mechanism for getting the latest information
in your clients hands. Product and pricing changes
can be reflected on your page the day they occur,
rather than having to wait for a printer to finish
reprinting a catalog and then snail mail time
to deliver the changes to your clients.
Who will maintain
and house your web site?
keep your site current and interesting?
At Site to Site we
monitor the latest Internet products. Internet
systems and Web development and maintenance is
what we specialize in... We have the background
to make good decisions based on your particular
business needs.... We provide a "buffer"
between you and the problems of doing business
on the Internet. That is why companies outsource
their Web development and maintenance to us, so
they can get back to doing what they do best...
running their business.
Who will provide
a home for your site?
Once your site
is developed you need to consider whether your
company wants to install a web server and run
your site internally or have an Internet service
firm such as Site to Site house your web site
on one of their servers.
If you do not currently
have a web server and you intend your web site
to be accessed by the general public, initially
your best choice is to have Site to Site house
your web site. You can always move the site inside
your company or to another host at a later date,